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Probiotic Mint Chocolate Blueberry Avocado Protein Pudding (Paleo, AIP option, Wahls Protocol)

Probiotic Mint Chocolate Blueberry Avocado Protein Pudding (Paleo, AIP option, Wahls Protocol)

Finally, an avocado pudding that tastes so good you'll crave seconds! Boosted with nutrient dense fermented kale and grass-fed collagen for the ultimate nutrient-dense, no added sugar healthy dessert!

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Egg-free Bacon Herb Muffins (AIP, Paleo)

Egg-free Bacon Herb Muffins (AIP, Paleo)

These bacon herb muffins are the perfect egg-free protein-packed breakfast for the AIP paleo protocol. 

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How to Use Gelatin as a Gut-Friendly Egg Replacer

How to Use Gelatin as a Gut-Friendly Egg Replacer

Wondering how you can replace eggs in baked goods without using seeds or fruit? Well, it turns out that GELATIN can be used as a super gut-friendly egg replacement in just about any baked recipe, sweet or savory. Learn how to use it here!

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How to Reintroduce Foods on the Autoimmune Protocol + Chocolate Pudding Reintroduction Recipe

How to Reintroduce Foods on the Autoimmune Protocol + Chocolate Pudding Reintroduction Recipe

Today I'm discussing food reintroduction on the autoimmune paleo protocol. I think that chocolate is one of everyone's favorite things to reintroduce early on, so I'm sharing the recipe for an ultra-rich, creamy chocolate coconut milk pudding that I used myself as my reintroduction test food. It pairs wonderfully with fresh berries and coconut flakes for a deeply satisfying treat that is low in sugar and full of antioxidants and healthy fats. I'm also giving away a copy of Phoenix Helix's new e-book that walks you through the food reintroduction process step by step, so come on in to check it out!

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BBQ Chicken Flatbread Pizza (autoimmune paleo)

BBQ Chicken Flatbread Pizza (autoimmune paleo)

One night, while eating BBQ chicken thighs and AIP flatbread, it struck me that I should combine the two and make an AIP version of BBQ chicken pizza on a flatbread crust. I owe many thanks to Russ at The Domestic Man for the inspiration; I started with his flatbread recipe and modified it to end up with what is a fantastic pizza crust for both the AIP diner or anyone else who is simply following a grain-free diet. Since I have this obsession with cooking with gelatin, I've used it in this recipe and the resulting crust is both pleasantly crunchy and chewy at the same time. You will really enjoy this recipe! 

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Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Sometimes kitchen failures turn into great recipes. I've tried and tried to come up with an egg-free, autoimmune paleo biscuit, but, no matter what I do, they don't rise. They've all come out flat as pancakes! Thus, Savory Breakfast Cookies were born. Even though they don't look like a biscuit, they taste like one, and they make the perfect AIP savory breakfast bread! 

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